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Marker Squire Ski Bindings

Marker Squire Ski Bindings
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Description: Marker Squire Ski Bindings

The Squire suits the skier who wants a light weight, versatile freeskiing binding that offers powerful energy transmission.

Key Features of Marker Squire Ski Bindings:
  • AFD Gliding Plate
  • Triple Pivot Elite Toe
  • Hollow Linkage Heel
  • Power Width Design
  • DIN range 3 - 11
  • Recom. Skier's Weight 65-240 lbs
  • Stand Height w/o ski 22mm
  • Brake Width 90mm and 110mm
  • Toe System Triple Pivot Light
  • Gliding AFD Stainless Steel, Height Adjustable
  • Step-in Heel Hollow Linkage
  • EPS System Dual-screw Brake Pad


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Lightweight and affordable
John-Delfin S on Jan 23, 2014
High quality product. Price is same as elsewhere and I'm buying peak season. I would have used REI because same price and I get dividend, however, they only had black/white. Blue/silver/green will look good with boots/skis and it's for my old lady.
Garrett V on Dec 4, 2013
Recommended by staff.
Sheryl W on Dec 8, 2013
Because my girl needed some bindings, and these ones were the most attractive, and I think that they will match her ski pants...
David T on Nov 29, 2013
Looking for a binding to go on a head all mountain ski, 95 underfoot, for my daughter, 140lb, strong skier, we ski all conditions and terrain at Big Sky, Mt. Thought?
A shopper on Nov 30, 2014
Best Answer: This is a great binding for your daughter. The Squire is a fabulous lightweight yet super strong freeride binding. Marker is the best in the biz and the Squire is an awesome binding. Nice choice!

Have fun in Big Sky! Take this set up to the top of Lone Peak and rip a few in Big Couloir!
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Dec 1, 2014
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I'm considering pairing these bindings with your "Sierra SB Twin Camrock Skis "(183 size).
Would this 110 binding be too large for this ski?
Mick D on Oct 22, 2014
Best Answer: Typically the brake width of the binding should be at least equal to the width of the ski and probably not more than 15 mm wider. If your brakes are too wide they may drag when you put your skis on edge, especially on steeper terrain. The waist width of that ski is 90 mm so a 110 binding might be an issue if you do a lot of carving and will be skiing steeper pitches. If you are looking to stay under $200 Rossignol, Atomic, Look, and Solomon have some good 100 mm options. Marker has the Free Ten in that size as well, but you might need something with a little more support based on that length ski.
Reply · Report · John-Delfin S on Oct 24, 2014
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Is this binding for an advanced skier? will it keep me on my ski when im going hard?
juice on Dec 19, 2014
Best Answer: I crank on them hard, with the din cranked up to 11 I never dismount at undue times. I love these bad boys. I have a bad knee, so I did have to end up turning the Din down, because they were letting me put a little more pressure on my knee than I liked.

short answer is yes, you can romp the gnar hard, and they'll never let go... Jack.
Reply · Report · David T on Dec 19, 2014
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I'm looking at a set of these to replace an m27 marker binding. Will these work? Don't know much about bindings. Putting on an older set of skis that are in good shape. Not willing to buy all new equipment anymore . Thanks
A shopper on Mar 8, 2014
Best Answer: It's never a bad idea to buy new bindings....

Just make sure you buy the right size for your wt and ability. Also skis are getting fatter, just like my ex wife, so you may have to buy bigger brakes separately.

These Marker Squires are everything 98% of us skiers need. Good choice
Reply · Report · Daniel B on Mar 8, 2014
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My ski is 92mm width undertoe. Would the 90 mm Marker Squire fit..I assume the shop can bend them a bit? Or should I go for 110 mm (they just seems so big)...Please help.
A shopper on Dec 1, 2013
Best Answer: The Marker Squire Ski Bindings with a 90mm break will not fit a ski with a 92mm width underfoot. Your local ski shop might be able to make it work or find a break that would fit. However, The House has no way of knowing for certain. A break with a width of 110mm is too wide. It's recommended to go 5-10mm wider than your ski.
Reply · Report · Paddy OStaff on Dec 2, 2013
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I am purchasing nordica badminds 170. what size bindings do i need to fit them?
A shopper on Feb 6, 2014
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